Dnd ist ein Unternehmen, das heute ein internationaler Bezugspunkt für die Herstellung von Tür- und Möbelbeschlägen mit Schwerpunkt auf hochwertigem Design ist.

Die Geschichte von Dnd baut auf dem jahrhundertealten Engagement für Handwerk und Industrie auf, das im Val Sabbia in der Provinz Brescia weit verbreitet ist. Eine Region mit jahrhundertelangem materiellem Know-how, vor allem im Bereich Eisen und Stahl, in der sie eines der wichtigsten europäischen Zentren ist. Hier in Nozza wurde 1968 die Firma Fmn Martinelli unter der Leitung von Angelo Martinelli gegründet, einem Mann mit großem Fachwissen und einer Leidenschaft für die Herstellung von Tür- und Möbelbeschlägen von höchster Qualität.

Im Laufe der Zeit hat sich das Unternehmen weiterentwickelt, wobei der Schwerpunkt auf der Entwicklung und dem Wachstum der Produktion, der Aktualisierung seiner Prozesse und der Spezialisierung auf die Bearbeitung und Veredelung neuer, unterschiedlicher Metalle für die Herstellung von Tür- und Möbelbeschlägen liegt, darunter natürlich Zinkdruckguss, Aluminium und Messing.

Heute wird das Unternehmen unter dem Namen Dnd von Vilma Martinelli zusammen mit ihren Kindern Pietro und Simona geleitet, die seit vielen Jahren wichtige Referenz- und Unterstützungsfiguren sind. Ihr ehrgeiziges Ziel ist es, eine Brutstätte für Ideen zu schaffen, die umfangreiche Erfahrung in der Produktion mit der Kreativität von Architekten und Designern von großem Wert kombiniert, die sich speziell mit der Gestaltung von Produkten befassen. Designer, Handwerker und Zulieferer sind ein aktiver und wertvoller Teil der Identität von Dnd, das als historische Produktionsschmiede optimistisch in die Gegenwart und die Zukunft blickt: eine solide Unternehmens- und Territorialmission im Dienste der italienischen und internationalen Gegenwart Design.

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967arch

967arch

Architekten

Founded in Milan in 1999 by Cesare Chichi and Stefano Maestri, the firm 967arch combines activities of architectural and interior design with work on products, in a continuous exchange of influences, experimentation and contamination. The leitmotif of the ongoing research on poised, functional tailor-made projects is the narration of the identity of the client, supported by an approach in which listening and understanding of objects are the generating factors. The team composed of architects and designers has tackled projects on many different scales, with a particular focus on headquarters and offices for companies like Google, Petronas, WPP, Cisco and Ferrero. The projects of product design, for furniture and lighting, include collaborations with companies like Poltrona Frau, Davide Groppi, Dieffebi, GE Giussani, MDF Italia, Zumtobel and Las Mobili. In parallel, the studio offers consulting services for corporate image and spaces of communication, always connected with architecture, interior design and exhibit design.

Cino Zucchi

Cino Zucchi

Architekt

Born in Milan, Cino Zucchi has earned degrees in Architectural Design at M.I.T. and at Politecnico di Milano, where he is currently Chair Professor. He has been a John T. Dunlop Visiting Professor at the GSD of Harvard University. The author of several articles and books on architectural and urban theory, he has taken part in various editions of the Milan Triennale and of the Venice Biennale of Architecture, where he was the curator of the Italian Pavilion in 2014. He has been the chairman of the jury of the European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture/Mies Award 2015. Together with his studio CZA, he has designed and completed a number of projects, including the former Junghans factory site in Venice; the former Alfa Romeo-Portello Nord area and the Corte Verde in Milan; the Keski-Pasila master plan in Helsinki; the National Automobile Museum and the Lavazza HQ in Turin; and the Salewa HQ in Bolzano.

Stefano Boeri Architetti

Stefano Boeri Architetti

Architekt

Based in Milan, with offices in Shanghai (since 2014) and Tirana (since 2015), Stefano Boeri Architetti (Boeri Studio until 2008) has focused since 1993 on design and research, mostly in the fields of architecture and urban planning, but also on culture and interior design. “Multiplicity” is the guideline that has oriented over 20 years of versatile, varied activities across the design themes and urban/social geographies of the world. The studio has developed projects of architecture and urban regeneration in complex locations and on multiple continents, supporting and enhancing the synergies among the various players of public and private development. At present, besides the Master Plan of Tirana, Stefano Boeri Architetti is working on many urban planning projects, including the new Master Plan for the Republic of San Marino. Outstanding works include the Bosco Verticale in Milan, the Villa Méditerranée in Marseille and the Casa del Mare on the island of La Maddalena, Sardinia.

Achille Castiglioni & Gianfranco Cavaglià

Achille Castiglioni & Gianfranco Cavaglià

Architekt & Designer

Achille Castiglioni (Milan 1918-2002), architect and designer, one of the great masters of Italian design, won the Compasso d’Oro award nine times. He worked in the fields of architecture, urban planning and industrial design. His many famous creations include the “Mezzadro” and “Sella” seats (1957), the “Sanluca” armchair (1959), the “Luminator” (1955) and “Arco” (1962) floor lamps, the “Taccia” table lamp (1962). His works are included in the permanent collections of the world’s leading design museums, from MoMA New York to Triennale di Milano.

Gianfranco Cavaglià, architect, professor of Technology of Architecture at Politecnico di Torino, has always combined research with professional practice. He worked with Achille Castiglioni from 1972 to 2002. The C-1918 handle series (the name indicates the date of birth of Castiglioni) was one of the last projects by Achille Castiglioni with Gianfranco Cavaglià, part of a long collaboration that led to projects of urban planning, architecture and interior design – for stores and offices – as well as works of display design for exhibitions and museums. Castiglioni and Cavaglià carefully developed, designed and produced objects, equipment and lighting fixtures, in constant pursuit of solutions that were lacking in the world. In the case of the C-1918 project, the stimulus came from the overly anonymous character of the handles that were on the market at the end of the Seventies. Their joint observation of the grips, sections and materials of handles led to the design theme of the C-1918, now produced by dnd by Martinelli thanks to Giovanna and Piergiorgio Castiglioni and drawings from the archives of Fondazione Castiglioni.

Alfonso Femia / af*design

Alfonso Femia / af*design

Architekt

Born in Taurianova (Reggio Calabria), Alfonso Femia lives in a state of departure and return to Genoa from Milan and Paris. With a degree from the School of Architecture of the University of Genoa in 1992, he is a member of the Architects Associations of Genoa, Île-de-France and Switzerland. He has taught Architectural Design at Kent State University in Florence, and the Schools of Architecture of Ferrara and Genoa. He was a founder of 5+1 in 1995, and created 5+1AA in 2005 and 5+1AA Paris in 2007. He has won many international competitions, and has been a visiting professor at leading Italian and international universities. He develops “research on matter” that has led to design projects with international companies. His projects include the new BNL-BNP Paribas headquarters in Rome, the Docks of Marseille, the OGR in Turin. In 2017 he changed the name of 5+1AA to AF517, i.e. Atelier(s) Alfonso Femia.

Odo Fioravanti

Odo Fioravanti

Industrie Designer

He is a Milan based industrial designer. In 2001, he won the Compasso d’Oro ADI award for the Frida chair. Among his clients, Flou, Fontana Arte, Foscarini, Land Rover, Normann Copenhagen, Pedrali, Toshiba, Vibram, Victorinox.

 Jaime Hayon

Jaime Hayon

Artist Designer

Artist-designer originally from Madrid, opened his studio in Valencia in 2010. With offices in Spain, Italy and Japan, he designs for Fritz Hansen, Bosa, Cassina, BD Barcelona, Wittmann, Magis, Ceccotti, &Tradition, Baccarat, Paola C, Bisazza, LLadro, Vicarbe, Arflex, Nani Marquina, Vista Alegre, Parachilna.

Studio Hot Lab

Studio Hot Lab

Architekt

Founded in 2004 in Milan by three partners: Michele Dragoni, Enrico Lumini and Antonio Romano. From the outset the studio has approached major international projects in the field of yacht design, receiving important prizes and honors. Today the studio works with many important companies in this sector, including Oceanco, Mondomarine, Heesen Yachts, Columbus Yachts, Acico Yachts and more.

Giulio Iacchetti

Giulio Iacchetti

Industrie Designer

Giulio Iacchetti, industrial designer since 1992, designs for many brands including Abet Laminati, Alessi, Artemide, Ceramiche Refin, Danese, Fontana Arte, Foscarini, Magis, Moleskine, Pandora design. The distinctive characteristics of his work is the research and definition of new object typologies, like the Moscardino, the biodegradable spoon/fork designed with Matteo Ragni and for which, in 2001, he has been awarded with Compasso d’Oro.

In 2009 he was awarded the prize for innovation – Premio dei Premi – by the President of the Italian Republic for the Coop Eureka project, which brought the design in the large-scale retail trade. In May 2009 the Triennale di Milano held a solo exhibition entitled “Giulio Iacchetti. Disobedient objects “. In November 2012 he launches Internoitaliano, the “factory network” made up of many craftsmen labs with whom he signs and produces furniture and accessories inspired by the italian way of living. He had also pursued his personal research project into new design topics such as the symbol of cross from which came the exhibition titled Cruciale held by the Diocesan Museum, Basilica di Santo Stefano Rotondo in Rome and by Castello di Lombardia in Enna, Sicily.

In 2014, he won his second Compasso d’Oro for the design of the manhole covers Sfera, designed with Matteo Ragni for Montini.

 Enrico Martini

Enrico Martini

Industrie Designer

Born in Rome, after his graduation in industrial design at the IED (2014), he has collaborated with some design offices: Angeletti Ruzza, Gum Design and Studio Giulio Iacchetti.

Andrea Morgante

Andrea Morgante

Architekt

An architect based in London, after having worked with RMJM he collaborated with Future System as Associate Director, working side by side with Jan Kaplicky. In 2008 he worked with Ross Lovegrove; in 2012, as art director, he completed the construction of Museo Casa Enzo Ferrari. Shiro Studio is the design atelier founded by Morgante in 2009. The firm focuses on architecture, the design of objects and of temporary installations. Clients include: Ferrari, Maserati, Alessi, M&C Saatchi, Peroni, D-Shape, Agape, Poltrona Frau, Seiko Japan, Nodus. Morgante also teaches at Politecnico di Milano.

Luca Nichetto

Luca Nichetto

Designer

Designer originally from Venice, he works on an international basis and specialises in industrial design, product design and design consultancy. His two studios are based in Italy in Venice – from 2006 – and in Sweden – from 2011. He has been awarded numerous international design awards for his projects, which range across products, furniture and accessories, as well as incorporating architecture and exhibition design. Among the brands of his projects, Arflex, Cassina, De La Espada, Foscarini, Hermès, Molteni & C, Tubes, Venini.

Nicola Novelletto

Nicola Novelletto

Industrie Designer

An industrial designer with a degree from ISIA in Rome, he has worked with various studios including Van Onck, Pasqui and Pasini, Zucchi. In 1993 he opened his own practice in Milan, operating in a range of sectors, designing boats, housewares, faucets, timepieces and handles. He has taught at IED and the Department of Industrial Design of Politecnico di Milano, conducting courses on Models and Prototypes for industrial products, Representation and Visualization, and Concept Development.

Mario Padiglione

Mario Padiglione

Industrie Designer

Born in Rome, he obtained a BA in Industrial Design from La Sapienza University in Rome in 2008. In 2010 he completed a Master Degree in “Design per lo Sviluppo del Prodotto Industriale” at the Politecnico di Milano, which drove him to do an internship at Ariete, De Longhi group Industries, where he developed some electronic consumer products. Later, he has worked at Roberto Paoli studio in Milan. Now he works as a freelancer; he collaborates with Tonettidesign studio, to develop products from industrial to furniture design for different companies, both national and international.

 Marco Pisati

Marco Pisati

Designer

A designer from Florence, trained as an architect, fascinated by new materials and technologies. He experiments with ideas in a wide range of sectors, designing for different companies: ASI, IACSA (International Advanced Center for Space Applications), Grado Zero Espace, ACI, Emilio Pucci, 3M Rubinetterie, Glass Design & Dornbracht, Gattoni Rubinetterie, K8 Radiatori, Hego Waterdesign & Paini, Glass Design, Ceramica & Complementi, Bandini Rubinetterie, Il Bagno Bandini. Winner of the special jury prize at the German Design Awards 2016 in the “Bath and Wellness” category, for the product Color designed for Gattoni Rubinetteria.

Karim Rashid

Karim Rashid

Designer

Born in Cairo and raised in Canada, Karim Rashid was also trained in Italy – in Milan, with Ettore Sottsass and Rodolfo Bonetto. Active since the mid-Eighties, he is one of the most famous and prolific designers on the contemporary scene, with over 3000 creations in production, and over 300 important prizes and honors. His design work addresses various scales and sectors, from industrial design to branding.

Mauro Ronchi

Mauro Ronchi

Designer

He lives and works in Villanuova sul Clisi, in the province of Brescia, where he founded Studio Visual. Ronchi’s design work covers a range of different sectors: industrial design, graphic design, interior architecture, furnishings, housewares, lighting, installations and events.

Sandro Santantonio

Sandro Santantonio

Industrie Designer

Studio Sandro Santantonio Design works on architecture, interiors, industrial design, graphics, packaging and fashion design. The firm has received important prizes, including special mentions at Young&Design in 2004, 2005 and 2006, first prize in the yacht design competition “Abitare il Mare” in 2006 organized by Seatec/Carrara Fiere, Young&Design 2007, an honorable mention for the Compasso d’Oro 2009, the Good Design Award 2009. Sandro Santantonio also teaches at Accademia di Brera and the ISAD Institute in Milan.

Mario Scairato e Alessandro Stabile

Mario Scairato e Alessandro Stabile

Industrie Designer

Mario Scairato

He lives and works between Milan and Paestum, his hometown. He graduated in Industrial Design at the IUAV/ Università della Repubblica di San Marino in 2011. Since 2015 he has designed for some brands including Alessi, Internoitaliano and Moleskine. He has been art director of Paestum Experience since 2016, a branding project he founded that aims to promote and communicate the city of Capaccio Paestum.

Alessandro Stabile

Originally from Milan, he is one of the ten “Top Young Italian Industrial Designers” selected by the Italian Cultural Institute in New York in 2013. In 2011 he founded his design studio specialising in product design and artistic direction. In 2016 two of his ideas won the first and the second prizes of the “Young&Design” Award, as the best projects of Milan Design Week from an under 35. He designs for different brands such as Moleskine, Alessi, Ferrero Nutella.

 Didier Schweizer

Didier Schweizer

Industrie Designer

Graduated in industrial design at the ECAL in Lausanne, during his years of study he participated at workshops for IKEA, AXOR and Christophle, and with renowned designers such as Barber & Osgerby, Costantin Boym and Pierre Charpin. He has been working for 9 years in Milan at Fragile Studio, led by architects Mario Trimarchi and Frida Doveil, where he has the opportunity to develop products for international companies like Alessi, Artemide, COOP Italia and Poltrona Frau.

Inga Sempé

Inga Sempé

Designer

Parisian born designer, she opened her own studio in 2000, in Paris. In the beginning, she first collaborated with Edra and Cappellini. Today, she works with Scandinavian, Italian and French companies such as HAY, Magis, Ligne Roset, Wästberg, Alessi,LucePlan, Mutina, Mattiazzi.

Maurizio Varratta

Maurizio Varratta

Industrie Designer

Born in Genoa, Maurizio Varratta took a degree in architecture in 1981. From 1983 to 1999 he worked with the Renzo Piano Building Workshop. In 1999 he opened his own firm and began to participate in many national and international competitions. His works range from architectural design (hospitals, production facilities, offices, bridges, hotels, railway stations and airport terminals, shopping malls, highway service areas) to industrial design (lighting, bath fixtures, objects) and space planning. From 1994 to 1997 he was a professor at the Turin Polytechnic, where he taught courses on the integration of architecture and physical plant systems. In 2006-2007 he was a professor at La Sapienza University of Rome, in the masters program on lighting design. In 2015 he was a professor at Carleton University, Ottawa (Canada). The studio works on the development of the whole process from general design to details, while conducting research on technological innovation and industrialization of components for architecture. The firm applies the principles of integrated design, environmental sustainability, quality of space and energy saving, in keeping with various international protocols.

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